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google look at the cities involved. >> i have a 14-year-old daughter who spend ace lot of her time on social media. it is funny, me, her dad, is doing this as part of my work. >> you need help getting to the car? >> reporter: for this sergeant twitter is another way to show the department's human side. in 140 characters it is not always easy to tack on a lesson. >> the trick is to bind that with great public safety information so not only are we gathering interesting but providing service to the public at the same time. >> reporter: he tells us all bay area departments are trying to adapt quickly to the changing role of social media and how it will play a key part in investigating and solving crime. >> it creates a different level of accountability. there is a lot of preparation taking place with that. >> it goes on throughout the night here, they will tweet until midnight. in palo alto until 2:00 a.m. reporting live, back to you. >> our web site has more information on the ride along. look for the information there for today's web links. >>> today, the police department
such as google and apple. investors only buy 10 shares as opposed to the hundred or more tied to the typical options contract. alan knuckman of option shop says this could help more retail investors get into the market. "i don't think all options are going to be in this mini format, but i think for a lot of expensive options, anything that trades over $150, it might make sense to roll these out. that could help increase the volume, and when you get more volume, that's better for everybody because that means it's easier to get in and easier to get out." mini options in apple, google, amazon, the s&p 500, and gld opened for trading this week. lulu-lemon acknowledges there isn't a market for transparent pants. the upscale yoga apparel retailer is pulling some of its pants off store shelves because of a supplier mistake making the pants too see-through. shares tanked nearly $2. still to come, find out which struggling retailer could soon surprise investors. that'sknow n their own. that's next. you want to be successful in business? okay, here's what you do: you look for guidance from people who
. >> google has stopped printing the guide book. the travel web site skipped reports the printed versions of travel guides will cease to exist but still could have life online. we tried to confirm with google and received a response saying it would not comment on the report. >>> today, healthcare advocates supported the healthcare act of the six million californians will gain insurance. >>> for years, a house in richmond has been more than just an eye sore. residents around chancellor avenue and second street attracted a criminal element. it was reduced to rubble today in a matter of minutes >> reporter: neighbors and city officials told us they've been waiting for this house to be torn down for a long time. >> we had to determine who owned the property, the lienholder and we had to go to court. neighbors say the property in the city iron triangle has been abandoned for years. the house was a magnet for illegal dumping, drug dealing and squatters. >> it sustained three fires over the past three years so it's just an attractive nuisance that needed to be taken care of. >> it obtained a cou
honk -- jinghong kang was in the area for a job interview with google. >>> extra eyes were on hand to keep an eye out about a meeting about affordable housing in the north bay. continuing coverage now. patty lee joins us live in san rafael, where attendees of that meeting were greeted by protesters. >> reporter: this flyer shows why there is security on hand. even though the issue is affordable housing, what came up tonight were accusations including racism, and classism. dozens of protesters gathered to boycott a town hall meeting, organized by a group called citizen marin. it's an organization that wants decisions about affordable housing in marin to be made by homeowners, because they have the most at stake. protesters tonight called that racist, classist, and nimbist. state requires marin county to build affordable housing to address community growth. much is being revealed. >> it touches on some of the larger issues around. are we a welcoming community around race, around class, around economics? >> reporter: many homeowners in the crowd took issue with that characterization,
lower, taking with it ibm and intel. so how bad are things for google in europe? it's in anti- trust hot water. listen to this public letter from the eu's antitrust chief: "google's search manipulation practices lay waste to entire classes of competitors in every sector where google chooses to deploy them." negotiations are on-going. a new poll finds nearly 2/3 of americans favor giving illegal immigrants a path to citizenship. the senate is within a week of hammering out an immigration reform bill, one designed to win enough bi- partisan votes to pass. let's make some sense of the big sell-off yesterday with ben lichtenstein. he is the presidnet of ben, we had the s&p 500, also the nasdaq, their worst one-day performance in about a month, and, obviously, cyprus was a key component here. > > that is a component here that is weighing on the market right now - really just the uncertainty. but for the most part, the activity that we saw yesterday was really just a continuation of the downside activity we saw late in the afternoon wednesday that was in reaction to the fomc
, which runs on google's android platform and is meant to do battle against apple with a 5-inch touch screen and technology that allows your eyes to move the screen. but, in the face of a downgrade and the new competition, apple shares rallied $1 friday. it's a busy week for ipos. kicking off the list, nursing facility aviv reit, a company that provides conference calls; west corporation; and on-demand digital ad management firm marin software. some biotechs are also set to launch ipos: enanta pharmaceuticals, tetraphase pharmaceuticals and lifesciences company model "n." it's a no-go for john paulson's move to puerto rico. rumors of a move popped up when paulson, a billionaire hedge fund manager, was reportedly looking at real estate opportunities on the island. a new law would eliminate taxes on gains from the $9.5 billion he has invested in his own hedge funds. his fund released a statement last friday that indicates he has no plans to permanently relocate. survey says... mark zuckerberg is a top ceo. zuckerberg topped's list of top ceos of 2013. ceos from sap, mckins
a robbery. in july of 2010 at any time, the father of three was applying for a job at google. hug ins shot him. he got away with $17. >> a new law aims to tough every lawns for stealing cattle. >> making theft more attempting to some. the consequences for some are light. assembly man is seeking jail time as a penalty. for those who steal livestock, on bethel island, three families are figuring out how to move forward after a fire. station closures meant the closest truck was five miles away from the fire on taylor road near taylor place. there are no working hydrants and this morning a downed power line kept crews from getting close to the flames. >> we had to readjust some lines, shoot there farther away to keep the safety. the one-story house was destroyed. no injuries were reported. >>> officials say the state is not in brad shape water wise. -- bad shape. reservoirs are at seasonally agents. >>> first day of spring brought snow the over a period of 24 hours. today's start was postponed. the event is expected to start and run through sunday. we'll have the complete forecast. >>> the sen
with tech giants. apple, google, samsung and now lg are all rumored to be developing smart watches. and cutting a deal: look for bi-partisan legislation to come from the senate that could overturn the tsa's decision to allow knives on planes. congress reportedly has been swamped with complaints over the tsa's new rule. where does time go? unbelievable, this is the final trading week of march. tim mulholland of china america capital graces us with his presence. we love having you on the show. what will traders be watching for in this short week? > > moving beyond cyprus, we are going to be watching, i think in the month ahead or so, the formation of the italian government, which is, i think, going to be very important for italy and for the eurozone going forward. aside from that, we have some regional fed manufacturing reports. and again, this is the end of the first quarter. we are up about 10% in the dow, and about 9% in the s&p. that is not a bad year this quarter i'd say. > what do you suspect will happen, because it is the end of the quarter here. will there be window dressing
. >> well yeah, i google a lot of things. >> reporter: like what? >> like for instance right now we're looking for a place to live. >> reporter: lisa hernandez was cruising through the area of oakland known as deep east and to the rest of the area as east oakland. we spoke to her about how open oakland is trying to reach her. >> just trying to go to some where interesting. >> reporter: reaching hernandez may be their next challenge. >>> using a helicopter to try to fly to freedom. the daring escape that had all the makings of a holiday block buster. >> plus the unusual site after an italian volcano erupts. the heights the lava is reaching. >> the blunt message from madonna for the boy scouts. >> and in weather high clouds have been moving in [ boy 1 ] hey! that's the last crescent. oh, did you want it? yea we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half that's not half! guys, i have more! thanks mom [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin [ malcrrkkhshziiiizzlllee. to this symphony of flavor: beautiful. shhhhshshshshh
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